Archive for July 2018

Head and Neck Cancer Survivor, Ed Malewitz

“They told me I might lose some of my vision” At the beginning of 2013, Houstonian, Ed Malewitz, began experiencing frequent nosebleeds and nasal congestion. By 2015, he was undergoing testing to find the cause of those nosebleeds. As a result, the ENT (ear, nose and throat) physician referred him to a rhinology specialist. It was decided to perform…

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Tropical Green Smoothie Recipe

Many of us are in a hurry in the mornings leaving no time for breakfast. Try this tropical green smoothie that is great for a grab and go breakfast. The smoothie is packed with vitamins, minerals, iron and calcium. One of the ingredients is flax seed, which is an excellent source of antioxidants, omega-3 fatty…

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Protecting Yourself from Sun Exposure

Sunlight is the main source of ultraviolet (UV) rays and having a lot of exposure to UV rays puts you at greater risk for skin cancer. However, we spend a lot to time outside exercising, gardening, walking or at the beach or pool. But, you don’t have to avoid the sun completely. There are steps…

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National Sarcoma Awareness Month

Sarcomas are rare, malignant tumors that develop from connective tissues in the body such as muscles, fat, bones, the linings of joints or blood vessels. They can be found anywhere in the body in both children and adults. Yet, sarcomas make up 20 percent of all childhood cancers. Common symptoms Sarcomas are commonly hidden deep…

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